Time Management: The Multiplier Effect Of Good Time Management
Many managers have to find ways to improve their own time management skills / techniques and have refined their working habits so they function more effectively. They've sharpened their skills, techniques and disciplines and can now focus on what counts most. They've learned to cope with interruptions, changing conditions, and the demands placed on them by others. But the reality is that such an occurrence is not automatic. Further, these managers' behavior may be misconstrued and these managers may be seen as curt or abrasive. The attendant resentment may adversely affect work routine and productivity.